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The support and nurturing of the young and the new has always been of immense importance
Does a long history give an orchestra particular weight, depth or colour? We’ll only know if those ensembles survive and flourish
The maestro was pivotal in classical music's links with broadcasting: who is following in his footsteps?
Michael Barenboim wrestles with an issue that all musicians must confront
Beyond the beauty, music can also be unsettling and ultimately enlightening
A new BBC Radio 3 project will mean more people than ever before can hear this music
Composer Ailie Robertson explains how different musical traditions are more similar than you might think
Louis Langrée on the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's passion for new music
Whether in a concert hall, in a chapel, in a prison or on disc, music matters
Introducing a new concept album inspired by standing stones, perfumes and seabirds

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